Restore-A-Deck Injectable Stripper

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Removes Failed Exterior Decking and Wood Stains
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info buttonMakes 5 Liquid Gallons ...Enough to Strip 500-1000+ Sq. Feet!

Restore-A-Deck Injectable Deck Stain Stripper is the first and only powdered concentrated deck stain stripper that is designed to be injected through a pressure washer. RAD Stain Stripper can be applied with a pump up sprayer as well.

The Restore-A-Deck stripper when injected will remove penetrating transparent and semi-transparent wood decking stain and coatings. Covers 150-200 sq. feet per gallon (750-1000 sq. feet total) when injected through pressure washer.

When applied through a pump sprayer, the RAD stripper is twice as strong and can remove most transparent, semi-transparent, and semi-solid deck stains. Great for removing failed semi-transparent acrylic stains! Covers 100-200 sq. feet per gallon (500-1000 sq. feet total) when applied with a pump sprayer.

The Restore-A-Deck Injectable Deck Stain Stripper needs to be neutralized with the Step 2 Wood Brightener.

*Will not remove solid color stains or paints.

Available Sizes:
2 lb Container
Powder Concentrate:
1 Container Makes 5 Liquid Gallons
Purpose:
Stain Stripper
Coverage Per Gallon:

100-200 sq. ft Per Gallon

Application Tools:
Injector, Sprayer, Stiff Brush
Neutralize: Yes
RAD Step 2

 

 

 

 

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    RAD Products · 06/01/2013
    The RAD stripper will remove penetrating oil based transparent stains such as this.
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    Jill · 06/01/2013
    Hello,

    My deck was finished 5 years ago with CWF-UV Penetrating Oil Finish cedar-tone for exterior wood. The stain is non-existent now on about 30% of the wood. Will this stripper product remove this stain? Thanks for your help.
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    RAD Products · 05/20/2013
    RAD and any deck stripper will not remove a shiny varnish type stain effectively. It will remove some but not all.
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    Bill · 05/20/2013
    Difficult like a couple repeat applications or difficult like don't think it will work?
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    RAD Products · 05/20/2013
    Probably will have some difficulty then.
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    Bill · 05/19/2013
    It is the shiny Sikkens.
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    RAD Products · 05/19/2013
    The "shiny" sikkens version or the penetrating stain?
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    Bill · 05/19/2013
    We are trying to restore a 15 year old deck that was originally treated with Sikkens Cetol product.. There are places that still have the Sikkens material on the surface and other areas that does not. Will your RAD Stripper remove the old Sikkens material from our deck?
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    RAD Products · 05/15/2013
    John,

    The RAD Stripper is much more effective at removing decking stains. The Safe-Strip is made more for TWP removal only.
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    John · 05/15/2013
    What's the difference between these two products and which is safest for plants?
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    RAD Products · 05/15/2013
    No stain strippers will remove paint effectively.
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    stephanie · 05/15/2013
    we just purchased a house with a wood deck that was long ago painted.. not sure what kind of brand of paint. would this stripped work at removing the paint?
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    Meyer, Robert · 05/14/2013
    We have a 30 year old cedar deck. Two years ago we stripped it and stained with Cabot SPF. Fair size patches have completely peeled/flaked off. Will your Restore-a-deck stripper remove the Cabot SPF. Cabot calls this a translucent stain (but looks more semi-solid to me).
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    RAD Products · 04/30/2013
    Sprayers are best but you could also try to brush it on. If it is beading off then the stripper will have a hard time activating. It needs to soak in for it to work correctly.
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    Steve W · 04/30/2013
    What's the best way to apply to deck balusters and in between the balusters to remove thompson's waterseal? I tried a sprayer multiple times followed by a powerwasher, but had very little penetration. Due to the vertical angle, most of the stripper beads up and drips off. Thanks.
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    RAD Products · 04/16/2013
    Antara D, you could use a scrub brush and bucket to apply and remove. It will be more work though then using a pressure washer.
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    Antara D · 04/16/2013
    I need to strip and brighten a deck that is several stories high and would like to avoid using a sprayer or a power washer. If I've resolved to do this, how would you recommend applying stripper and brightener? Can I just use the deck stain pads or should those be reserved for stain?
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    RAD Products · 04/15/2013
    Ron, it should remove the Penofin as long as the Penofin is not extremely over applied. Yes you do need to brighten when done.
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    Ron · 04/15/2013
    My deck is 30 year old clear cedar. After Penofin's "stripper" I still have splotches of old Penofin oil. Will your stripper take off the remainder? Do I have to use your brightener afterwards? Thanks.
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    RAD Products · 04/15/2013
    Sodium hydroxide is the main ingredient.
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    Jeff W · 04/15/2013
    What is the active ingredient in the Restore-a-Deck stripper? I'm trying to buy gloves and want to make sure I get the right material. Thanks.
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    Audrey White · 04/14/2013
    Used RAD stripper on my deck and was very pleased with results. Applied with pump sprayer, allowed it to sit for 15-30 mins, then worked the loosened gunky old sealant off with deck brush and sprayed clean with a garden hose. Have not tried other cheaper strippers from home improvement stores, so I can't say it works better than other brands, but I can say it did the job on my large (~600) sq ft deck. My only word of caution is that their suggested coverage may be on the optimistic side- I used every bit of the bottle on my deck, when it says it can cover up to 1000 sq feet/5 gallons of diluted concentrate when applied with pump sprayers. Even if I had been more conservative, there's no way I was getting near 1000 sq. ft. coverage.
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    RAD Products · 04/02/2013
    The RAD Stripper should be effective at removing the Cabot stain.
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    Wayne Kivi · 04/02/2013
    I have a 1 y/o pretreated (Cabots ATO) mahogany deck that needs to be re-stained. I'm planning on using Armstrong Clark mahogany semi transparent stain. It's been suggested that I strip what's left of the ATO and then use a brightener. Will the stain stripper be enough or will I have to sander as well? I live on Cape Cod and the deck is south facing with full sun.
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    RAD Products · 03/04/2013
    Wolman Durastain is a semi-solid acrylic stain that films on top of the wood like a paint. It is the second most difficult stain type to remove, just below a solid stain. The stripper will help to remove but you may need to strip it more then once and possibly sand a little for difficult areas.
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    Sparky · 03/04/2013
    Hi,
    I have a 5 year old deck with Wolman Durastain Semi transparent (Cedar)that I would like to strip and restain. Will this product work removing the stain? I also have landscaping around the deck will the stripper and brightener be harmful to the plants?
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    RAD Products · 12/01/2012
    No that does not matter.
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    Eric Wilson · 12/01/2012
    I failed to mention that the lumber that was used is weather treated wood. does this make a differnce?
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    RAD Products · 11/29/2012
    It should remove most but stains that are just applied may need to be stripped 1-3 times to get it all off. If you wait until Spring it will be easier to remove.
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    Eric Wilson · 11/29/2012
    oil based version